Glasgow Medical Journal

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Royal Medico-Chirurgical Society of Glasgow., 1883 - Medicine

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Page 378 - This signifies that the development of the minute organism has ceased — in other words, all the little points which caused the turbid appearance of the liquid have fallen to the bottom of the vase, and things will remain in this condition for a longer or shorter time, for months even, without either the liquid or the deposit undergoing any visible modification, inasmuch as we have taken care to exclude the germs of the atmosphere. A little stopper of cotton sifts the air which enters or issues...
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Page 379 - ... chicken cholera : that is to say, it may modify more or less the facility of its development in the body of animals. May we not be here in presence of a general law applicable to all kinds of virus ? What benefits may not be the result ? We may hope to discover in this way the vaccine of all virulent diseases...
Page 378 - ... only effects of a passing character. In fact, they no longer die from the mortal virus, and for a time sufficiently long, which in some cases may exceed a year, chicken cholera -cannot touch them, especially under the ordinary conditions of contagion which exist in fowl-houses. At this critical point of our manipulation — that is to say, in this interval of time which we have placed between two cultures, and which causes the attenuation, what occurs? I shall show you that in this interval the...
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Page 289 - ... wish to give ; or, if it be in a more concentrated form, the patient may add water to it. Grain doses given every half-hour in scarlet fever, diphtheria, tonsillitis, etc., will produce the same results as larger doses, without the danger of the evil effects resulting from the accumulation of the drug in the system, as sometimes happens when it is administered in the ordinary way. Indeed, I believe they will produce better results upon the throat inflammations.
Page 379 - But was there, after all, reason to be discouraged ? Certainly not ; in fact, if you observe closely, you will find that there is no real difference between the mode of the generation of the anthracoid germ by scission and that of chicken-cholera.
Page 72 - ... from the size of a pin head to that of a pea, in the left hemisphere, and a remarkable atrophy of the first left temporal convolution, which measured only four ctm.

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